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A weekly listing of new dining spots around town. To recommend a spot, e-mail fresheats.

Cocotte: 1521 Hyde (at Jackson), 292-4415, Nob Hill. French.

Company: 100 Guerrero (at 22nd St.) 374-7479, Mission. Mediterranean-Californian.

Conam: 1653 Polk (at Clay), 292-6161, Nob Hill. Vietnamese.

Henry VIII Shabu Shabu: 422 Geary (at Mason). Union Square. Japanese hot pot.

Jamber: 858 Folsom (at Fourth St.), 273-9192, SOMA. Wine pub.

Jimmy John's: 50 Post (at Kearny), 982-1234, Financial District. Sandwiches.

Kobe Bento: 2110 Irving (at 22nd Ave.). Outer Sunset. Japanese.

Kyu Sushi & Robata: 639 Post (at Shannon), 441-1099. Union Square. Japanese.

Marina Bistro & Wine Bar: 2257 Chestnut (at Pierce), 441-9010, Marina/ Cow Hollow. Italian and French-American.

Mau: 665 Valencia (at 18th St.), 934-8889, Mission. Vietnamese.

Ming Kee Restaurant: 2191 Irving (at 23rd Ave.), 731-9948. Outer Sunset. Chinese.

Nectar: 663 Haight (at Pierce). Lower Haight. Café.

Nosa Ría: 500 Laguna (at Fell), 529-1506. Hayes Valley. Spanish grocery.

Orexi: 243 West Portal (at 14th Ave.), 664-6739, West Portal. Greek.

SlideBar Cafe: 2295 Market (at 16th St.), Castro. Sliders.

Soul Groove: 422 Larkin (at Golden Gate), 734-7598, Tenderloin. Sandwiches.

Suika Bento Cafe: 3378 18th St. (at Capp), 967-2636, Mission. Japanese café.

Wasabi Bistro: 524 Castro (at 19th St.), 701-0082. Castro. Sushi bar.


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